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post #81 of 250

I actually woke up from a dream last night about being nauseous.  Yuk.  I think I was feeling ill.  I was able to go back to sleep after a few minutes but still.  Yuk.  I have never had morning sickness make me ill in the middle of the night!  irked.gif  What is up with that??  I have been very ill in the afternoons pretty consistently this week.  It seems much more pronounced this time then the previous pregnancies and they were pretty severe (hyperemesis gravidarum is the official name) which means I am in for a real ride.  DD I was sick until 23 weeks!  Ugh!

post #82 of 250

Jac - I get sick in the middle of the night too, if I have to get up. I wake up and run to the bathroom but can't figure out if I should pee first or puke.

post #83 of 250
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Originally Posted by aHikaru View Post

this babe def does not like sugar, only meat and dairy... i'm already starting to think I may know what this babe is going to be, hmmm...


Is that suppose to mean boy? I have mixed feelings about what this babe is. I say boy based on heart rate but this pregnancy reminds me of my first which was a girl. DH thinks its a girl also.

post #84 of 250
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Is that suppose to mean boy? I have mixed feelings about what this babe is. I say boy based on heart rate but this pregnancy reminds me of my first which was a girl. DH thinks its a girl also.

yeah... i see what your saying though, I pulled out my pregnancy journal I filled out with DD and it is very similar, only big differences are that I can't stand sugar and have pretty bad morning sickness, I pretty much lie in bed all day, only getting up to make breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

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Definitely havng mild food cravings/aversions that are not normal, very similar to what MarieWalter was describing as I am quite an ethusiastic eater myself. I think I have a mild version of what you have smile.gif Like this weekend, I really wanted Sonic onion rings which normally I'm pretty meh on. They flavor their batter with vanilla which I'm just not a big fan of, but this weekend they sounded really good and when I got them they tasted really good. And wings, which I normally am just meh on, DH mentioned thinking about getting them and yuck, did not want them at all. Luckily I was able to talk him out of them using logic (wait for wings during SNF is going to be really long) and did not have to resort to playing the pregnancy card (which I will play if I have to, but I try to save it for more important things).

Otherwise I'm doing fine, just some on an off twinges and still burping up a storm. Oh and I don't know if I mentioned yet, but I'm peeing about 2-3 times as much. I'm not waking up to pee (yet), but if I do get woken up by DD or DH at night, I have to pee before I can go back to sleep!
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Originally Posted by Quinalla View Post

Oh and I don't know if I mentioned yet, but I'm peeing about 2-3 times as much. I'm not waking up to pee (yet), but if I do get woken up by DD or DH at night, I have to pee before I can go back to sleep!

 

I am peeing ALL. THE. TIME. Waking up at least 2 times a night to pee. I guess there goes a full night's sleep for the next couple years. lol.gif

post #87 of 250

So this all day, all night nausea is really kicking my butt. With my previous 2 it would start around lunch time and be gone sometime in the evening. This time it keeps getting progressively worse. I'm now nauseous from about half an hour after I wake up in the morning right through to falling asleep still nauseous. It even has wakes of cold sweats and having to breathe through it in order to not actually throw up (although I sometime think that would be better if it made the nausea go away.) It does get worse if I wait more than about 2 hours before eating again, but NOTHING sounds good to eat, and a lot of my go to foods are really turning my stomach right now. I am trying really hard to be my normal fun mama with the boys, but its really hard when they are constantly needing something from me, or I'm having to pick them up, or clean up a spill, or change a diaper.

 

I am soooooo thankful to have this blessing. I am also so, so, so thankful to have such a supportive and understanding DH. He has taken over all the night parenting so I can get more sleep while I'm in this exhausted stage, and he will take over the cooking when I need him to, and laundry, and all the diaper changing when he is home. I could not make it through the 1st trimester without him, but then again I wouldn't be in the 1st trimester if he wasn't around either.

 

So despite how horrible I feel right now, I am extremely thankful to be in this situation too.

post #88 of 250
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I am peeing ALL. THE. TIME. Waking up at least 2 times a night to pee. I guess there goes a full night's sleep for the next couple years. lol.gif
Ugh! Hopefully it will slow down for you in the 2nd trimester, though it always gets really bad in the third trimester when your bladder is just squished.
post #89 of 250
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Originally Posted by Quinalla View Post

Definitely havng mild food cravings/aversions that are not normal, very similar to what MarieWalter was describing as I am quite an ethusiastic eater myself. I think I have a mild version of what you have smile.gif Like this weekend, I really wanted Sonic onion rings which normally I'm pretty meh on. They flavor their batter with vanilla which I'm just not a big fan of, but this weekend they sounded really good and when I got them they tasted really good. And wings, which I normally am just meh on, DH mentioned thinking about getting them and yuck, did not want them at all. Luckily I was able to talk him out of them using logic (wait for wings during SNF is going to be really long) and did not have to resort to playing the pregnancy card (which I will play if I have to, but I try to save it for more important things).
Otherwise I'm doing fine, just some on an off twinges and still burping up a storm. Oh and I don't know if I mentioned yet, but I'm peeing about 2-3 times as much. I'm not waking up to pee (yet), but if I do get woken up by DD or DH at night, I have to pee before I can go back to sleep!

It's so weird! We left a coffee shop/cafe the other day because the smell of bacon and coffee was making me feel hurl-y, but as soon as we left, I actually felt hungry (!) so we went and got Falafel sandwiches ... which was totally fine, smell and taste-wise. WTF brain! :p

post #90 of 250
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I am peeing ALL. THE. TIME. Waking up at least 2 times a night to pee. I guess there goes a full night's sleep for the next couple years. lol.gif

Ugh, yes. I'm having some success with trying to have a lot to drink around 8ish, then not much more before bed ... wake up thirsty, but at least I'm sleeping better.

 

Is anyone else getting averse to plain water? I am usually great at drinking plenty of plain tap water (I don't even mind it room temperature usually) but now it's kind of blech. I've been looking for solutions that aren't sugary or artificially-sweetened, some herb teas, some sparkling water. Annoying not to just be able to go get a drink from the tap though - maybe I should start keeping a pitcher of cold herb tea in the fridge or something.

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I am peeing ALL. THE. TIME. Waking up at least 2 times a night to pee. I guess there goes a full night's sleep for the next couple years. lol.gif

Ugh, yes. I'm having some success with trying to have a lot to drink around 8ish, then not much more before bed ... wake up thirsty, but at least I'm sleeping better.

 

Is anyone else getting averse to plain water? I am usually great at drinking plenty of plain tap water (I don't even mind it room temperature usually) but now it's kind of blech. I've been looking for solutions that aren't sugary or artificially-sweetened, some herb teas, some sparkling water. Annoying not to just be able to go get a drink from the tap though - maybe I should start keeping a pitcher of cold herb tea in the fridge or something.


Yes, I always have issues with plain water in the first trimester. But then sugary sweet drinks make me yuck most of the time too. Blue Powerade (especially if watered down) has been working for me and also sparkling water, although not at the moment for some reason. I think my m/s started a little later this morning than usual. I was able to dtd with DH this morning but have felt yucky since attempting to eat breakfast. Usually between breakfast and lunch I feel good, and yesterday I felt good for a good 4 hours in the middle of the day. But I also ate almost a whole pizza so my stomach was pretty full.

 

I have only been having to get up to pee at night once, thankfully, but I do tend to wake up every 3 hours anyway. Then by 6 I am wide awake.

 

the only strange thing I am craving so far this pregnancy is fruit. Usually I only crave really high calorie meat and potatoes type food in pregnancy but I have to finish every meal with fruit. Yesterday a friend of ours was eating a big tupperware of canteloupe and after he put it in his fridge and left I went and ate some too, haha. It was soooo good.

post #92 of 250

Today I am 8w6d. My biggest complaint is fatigue. I was training for a half marathon at the end of October, but I think I've all but given up for now. I'm still running, but not as frequently and not as long of distances. So, so tired! But then I'm all self-sabotaging because I can't sleep worth a damn at night. Not. Fun.

 

I'm having some mild nausea, but usually only when my stomach is empty. I keep some saltines or pretzels with me pretty much everywhere. When it comes to food, my biggest problem is that so many foods (usually the ones that are best for me) just do not sound good. 

 

My boobs are a bit sore, but not too awful. I invested in a new sports bra so hopefully that will help while running! Ugh, I nearly forgot (but I don't know how) my most embarrassing symptom: gas. My poor, poor husband. It's not lady-like at all.

 

All in all, though, I'm pretty please to be feeling these symptoms! None of mine are absolutely awful and I feel it's a reminder of the little one working hard to stay healthy!

post #93 of 250
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Ugh, I nearly forgot (but I don't know how) my most embarrassing symptom: gas. My poor, poor husband. It's not lady-like at all.


I have been so gassy as well!  I have also been wanting beans all the time so that probably isn't helping at all.

 

Fatigue is starting to kick in.  Yesterday I got up and finished the dishes from Saturday night's dinner with friends, vacuumed the bedrooms and started a load of laundry.  That was all I could do.  I had to lay down for a couple hours and rest. 

 

My stomach has oddly still been fine and my only aversion is that I want my eggs scrambled instead of fried.  I was like this with DD1 though and then the MS hit around 6 weeks.  I will be 6 weeks tomorrow so we shall see what happens over the next week.  I am hopeful that i just won't be sick but I'm also realistic.  Everyone's tales of MS are making me nervous.

post #94 of 250
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Originally Posted by BaileyB View Post

Jac - I get sick in the middle of the night too, if I have to get up. I wake up and run to the bathroom but can't figure out if I should pee first or puke.

 

I have had that dilema before but it's usually how fast can I pee before the wave of nausea crashes into me and my stomach really starts to hurt.  Fortunately, I don't vomit (if I vomit, there is something so seriously wrong, you just need to bring me to a hospital now), not even for flu and other things other people would.  It's rather annoying, because sometimes I think I would feel better faster if I could just get it out.  But just because you don't actually vomit in morning sickness, and I learned this the hard way, does not mean you don't get seriously ill.  I lost about 10% of my body weight when pregnant with DD by the time we got to 23 weeks.  Then gained it all in fluid over the next 12 weeks.  What a yoyo ride.  I hope this will be a no repeat!

post #95 of 250

I am 8 weeks and 3 days now. I can't believe I am about to be 9 weeks. It feels like I was just 5 weeks. I had thought my nausea was subsiding but it has really cranked up the last few days and I think it is mostly because nothing sounds good so I don't eat as much as I should. I decided to try the Unisom/b6 morning sickness cure and I do have to say it is pretty great! I had heard about it before but was really suspicious of taking a sleeping pill during pregnancy but then I found out it is a category A medication as far as pregnancy. I can actually eat and get stuff done now. Most of all I am glad to be able to drink fluids, because I was getting dehydrated. I took 1/2 a tablet lastnite and felt good this morning. I wasn't gagging all the way to the kitchen today! I ate breakfast and started to feel cruddy again so I took another 1/2 tablet and feel good again. I think I could actually eat a second breakfast now. Just a heads up if anyone needs a good cure for m/s.

 

How is everyone with weight gain so far? I think I am up 3 or 4 lbs. I usually gain 10 in the first trimester but I start out "underweight" or at least that is what the clinic tells me. Technically I am not because my prepregnancy BMI is 19, which is not underweight.

post #96 of 250

Bailey, I tried the unisom+b6 cure for the first time last night as well after my worst day ever on Sunday (I was crying I felt so crappy) and the good news is I'm not nauseated anymore.  The bad news is zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

 

I'm super sensitive to sleeping stuff (caffeine too) and must have taken it way too late (darn MNF!) because it's now almost 11 and I'm still not completely awake.  The internet tells me I'll get used to it (which sounds like a recipe for drug dependency if you ask me) so that's good.  Fortunately my boss is out of the office today so he can't see how near comatose I am.  I only took a third of a tablet too.  I think it's slowly starting to fade.

 

What's frustrating to me is that m/s isn't at all like normal sickness.  So yesterday I woke up and felt a little off but thankfully not nearly as bad as I did on Sunday.  Now, normally with a regular cold or something I'd work from home figuring that the rest would let me kick the cold the rest of the way and be better on Tuesday.  But with m/s?  There's no logic or order to this.  One day feel fine, the next, total crap, the next, who knows?!?  It's frustrating.

 

DH has been awesome though, doing dishes, work around the house, going out and getting me stuff (he even went to walmart on a sunday right around the time church lets out to get me preggie pops...which they didn't have), etc.  When I was desperately searching for anything that would make me stop praying for death I saw so many women talking about how they needed something to help them feel better since their DH was getting mad because they weren't cooking dinner and whatnot.  Man did I want to smack those husbands!  DH sat with me, held my hand when I cried (I may have had a slight preggo freakout...something about how after this trimester ends I'll have three good months then three more miserable ones and then to make it stop I have to go through something horribly painful, heal from that and then I still won't be able to sleep because I'll have a newborn....) and said we were gonna get through this.  At the time I may have wanted to point out that *we* aren't going through this, *I* am, but it's still really sweet.  I'm a lucky girl.

 

Come on now body, you took the unisom nearly 12 hours ago!  Let's go ahead and wake up now!

post #97 of 250
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Originally Posted by Lynann View Post

I am soooooo thankful to have this blessing. I am also so, so, so thankful to have such a supportive and understanding DH. He has taken over all the night parenting so I can get more sleep while I'm in this exhausted stage, and he will take over the cooking when I need him to, and laundry, and all the diaper changing when he is home. I could not make it through the 1st trimester without him, but then again I wouldn't be in the 1st trimester if he wasn't around either.

 

That is a great attitude to have! Yay for supportive partners!

 

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Originally Posted by MarieWalter View Post
Is anyone else getting averse to plain water? I am usually great at drinking plenty of plain tap water (I don't even mind it room temperature usually) but now it's kind of blech. I've been looking for solutions that aren't sugary or artificially-sweetened, some herb teas, some sparkling water. Annoying not to just be able to go get a drink from the tap though - maybe I should start keeping a pitcher of cold herb tea in the fridge or something.

 

Yes! I can't stand drinking plain water, but when I try lemonade or an Izze (carbonated juice drink), it's TOO sweet. So today I've been doing half water, half lemonade mix, and it's working pretty well. I wonder what the aversion to plain water is related to??

 

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the only strange thing I am craving so far this pregnancy is fruit. Usually I only crave really high calorie meat and potatoes type food in pregnancy but I have to finish every meal with fruit. Yesterday a friend of ours was eating a big tupperware of canteloupe and after he put it in his fridge and left I went and ate some too, haha. It was soooo good.

 

Oh my gosh, me too. I am not normally a fruit eater (more into veggies), but fruit is really working for me right now.

 

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All in all, though, I'm pretty please to be feeling these symptoms! None of mine are absolutely awful and I feel it's a reminder of the little one working hard to stay healthy!

 

Great reminder on how to stay positive when we're coping with all these symptoms. smile.gif

 

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How is everyone with weight gain so far? I think I am up 3 or 4 lbs. I usually gain 10 in the first trimester but I start out "underweight" or at least that is what the clinic tells me. Technically I am not because my prepregnancy BMI is 19, which is not underweight.

 

I'm up 3-4 lbs, and I'm 7w6d. Yikes. I'm a little worried about how fast I'm gaining this go-round, so I'm trying to have a mint if I get that hungry/nauseous taste in my mouth to stave off eating a little bit.

 

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DH has been awesome though, doing dishes, work around the house, going out and getting me stuff (he even went to walmart on a sunday right around the time church lets out to get me preggie pops...which they didn't have), etc.  When I was desperately searching for anything that would make me stop praying for death I saw so many women talking about how they needed something to help them feel better since their DH was getting mad because they weren't cooking dinner and whatnot.  Man did I want to smack those husbands!  DH sat with me, held my hand when I cried (I may have had a slight preggo freakout...something about how after this trimester ends I'll have three good months then three more miserable ones and then to make it stop I have to go through something horribly painful, heal from that and then I still won't be able to sleep because I'll have a newborn....) and said we were gonna get through this.  At the time I may have wanted to point out that *we* aren't going through this, *I* am, but it's still really sweet.  I'm a lucky girl.

 

It sounds like you have a good one! smile.gif

post #98 of 250
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Originally Posted by AmandaLynnH View Post

Bailey, I tried the unisom+b6 cure for the first time last night as well after my worst day ever on Sunday (I was crying I felt so crappy) and the good news is I'm not nauseated anymore.  The bad news is zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

 

I'm super sensitive to sleeping stuff (caffeine too) and must have taken it way too late (darn MNF!) because it's now almost 11 and I'm still not completely awake.  The internet tells me I'll get used to it (which sounds like a recipe for drug dependency if you ask me) so that's good.  Fortunately my boss is out of the office today so he can't see how near comatose I am.  I only took a third of a tablet too.  I think it's slowly starting to fade.

 

What's frustrating to me is that m/s isn't at all like normal sickness.  So yesterday I woke up and felt a little off but thankfully not nearly as bad as I did on Sunday.  Now, normally with a regular cold or something I'd work from home figuring that the rest would let me kick the cold the rest of the way and be better on Tuesday.  But with m/s?  There's no logic or order to this.  One day feel fine, the next, total crap, the next, who knows?!?  It's frustrating.

 

DH has been awesome though, doing dishes, work around the house, going out and getting me stuff (he even went to walmart on a sunday right around the time church lets out to get me preggie pops...which they didn't have), etc.  When I was desperately searching for anything that would make me stop praying for death I saw so many women talking about how they needed something to help them feel better since their DH was getting mad because they weren't cooking dinner and whatnot.  Man did I want to smack those husbands!  DH sat with me, held my hand when I cried (I may have had a slight preggo freakout...something about how after this trimester ends I'll have three good months then three more miserable ones and then to make it stop I have to go through something horribly painful, heal from that and then I still won't be able to sleep because I'll have a newborn....) and said we were gonna get through this.  At the time I may have wanted to point out that *we* aren't going through this, *I* am, but it's still really sweet.  I'm a lucky girl.

 

Come on now body, you took the unisom nearly 12 hours ago!  Let's go ahead and wake up now!

OMG! That is totally my issue with morning sickness. There is no way to know what to do or expect. It would be easier if I could just eat a certain thing or take something but it is different everyday. I have been getting car sick , too, with this pregnancy and that is a whole knew suckiness to add in. We are suppose to go to an out of state wedding this weekend. I am seriously contemplating staying home. What fun am I going to be if I am nauseated and/or on Unisom the whole time?

 

I took the Unisom last night around 5 so it had worn off this morning. But then I made the mistake of taking another half  this morning. BAD IDEA. I could hardly function! So now I am trying to figure out what to do during the last half of the day for this stupid sickness. irked.gif

 

I'm drinking ginger tea right now but I'm not sure it is doing any good.

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Ick.  The excess saliva just started.  I hate it.  I've had with my previous pregnancies too and it lasts while after birth.  Am I the only one who gets this one?

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Originally Posted by AmandaLynnH View Post

Bailey, I tried the unisom+b6 cure for the first time last night as well after my worst day ever on Sunday (I was crying I felt so crappy) and the good news is I'm not nauseated anymore.  

 
Yup, I hate MS...I was crying Monday I felt so bad.  Ugh.  It is terrible.  I feel so bad for DH too, I know he feels helpless.
 
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Ick.  The excess saliva just started.  I hate it.  I've had with my previous pregnancies too and it lasts while after birth.  Am I the only one who gets this one?

 

I get it too, but it didn't start last time until 5 months or so...I think.  It was 7 years ago, but I do remember gulping saliva down and at one point my mother asked me what I was doing and I nearly choked on the saliva, which made it all the more amusing after I stopped coughing.  

 

 

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I am 8 weeks and 3 days now. I can't believe I am about to be 9 weeks. It feels like I was just 5 weeks. I had thought my nausea was subsiding but it has really cranked up the last few days and I think it is mostly because nothing sounds good so I don't eat as much as I should. I decided to try the Unisom/b6 morning sickness cure and I do have to say it is pretty great! I had heard about it before but was really suspicious of taking a sleeping pill during pregnancy but then I found out it is a category A medication as far as pregnancy. I can actually eat and get stuff done now. Most of all I am glad to be able to drink fluids, because I was getting dehydrated. I took 1/2 a tablet lastnite and felt good this morning. I wasn't gagging all the way to the kitchen today! I ate breakfast and started to feel cruddy again so I took another 1/2 tablet and feel good again. I think I could actually eat a second breakfast now. Just a heads up if anyone needs a good cure for m/s.

 

How is everyone with weight gain so far? I think I am up 3 or 4 lbs. I usually gain 10 in the first trimester but I start out "underweight" or at least that is what the clinic tells me. Technically I am not because my prepregnancy BMI is 19, which is not underweight.

I am 6 weeks 1 day and I have not yet gained a pound.  Yet.  I have a few spare pounds running around so I am not upset and I am glad they have not weighed me yet at the OB because they will be upset when I don't gain anything for a while.  My last OB, who was terrific, was notably distressed when I had not gained anything until 5 months.  I was definitely showing by that point though.

 

As for Unisom, well, it might be a solution overnight IF I can get some.  DH is going to be in DC from Sunday until Thursday and he has quite the grocery list already (because we are gluten and dairy free).  So, I'll have to remember to ask him to get some although I think it knocks me out and I don't sleep well on it because it also gives me nightmares...I am really not sure it will be different this time around and I value my precious sleep.

 

Speaking of sleep, I am sleeping a LOT.  Like a whole 10 hours last night, woke up, got DD off to school, went back to bed for an hour+ sleep, went to an appointment, came back and went back to sleep for almost 2 hours and now I am in bed again (it's 9 pm) ready to sleep the whole night!  This is really weird, I don't remember sleeping this much previously.  nut.gif  Not sure if I was sleep deprived the last time or something is different this time...

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